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Left over from a snowy winter, accumulations of sand on this Skiff Avenue bike path and other Tisbury roadways has been a hazard for bicyclists.
4 hrs ago | The Martha's Vineyard Times
Outdoor concerts are a summer staple of virtually every urban area. Currently, the Vineyard boasts many al fresco music events that, here on the Island, where one wants to spend as much time refreshed by the sea air as possible, music lovers can enjoy the casual atmosphere of an outdoor performance just about any evening of the week.
Over the course of Saturday morning, more than 50 men and several women stood along the seawall that flanks Vineyard Haven harbor on Beach Road in a highly visible public statement against domestic violence.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival transformed Vineyard Haven's Owen Park into an outdoor cinema on Friday, July 18, for a screening of Disney's "Frozen."
Now in her second summer at the former studio of the late Stanley Murphy, the prolific and protean painter Kara Taylor investigates the boat as a visual metaphor in her latest exhibit, "Hull: In Memoriam."
"Look, I'm sorry, but I grew up here." Have you ever heard this sad elitist excuse muttered by an Islander? This is not acceptable.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission , the Island's powerful regional permitting body, exerts a strong influence on the Island economy and infrastructure.
Illustrations of the proposed apartment building at 6 Water Street depict the view from the street, and the south side of the building, which includes solar panels on the roof.
With love and honor we placed bird feeders at our son's resting place at Oak Grove Cemetery in Vineyard Haven.
Tisbury Harbormaster Jay Wilbur expressed concerns about the SSA design for a new freight boat at the SSA board meeting Tuesday.
Providence painter David Witbeck, who is showing at the gallery for the first time, creates oil paintings of fish, fishermen, and boats that are boldly simplified in primary colors.
Sunrise lights the historic whaleship Charles W. Morgan docked at Tisbury Wharf in Vineyard Haven Harbor prior to its departure to its historic home port of New Bedford.
The battle of the Little Bighorn still rages, 138 years after George Custer and several hundred of his troopers were killed by Sioux and Cheyenne tribal warriors on a Montana hilltop on June 25, 1876.
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